Joshua Chad Massie

Joshua Chad Massie

Sep 23, 1986 - Nov 28, 2019
Charleston, WV

Joshua Chad Massie

Sep 23, 1986 - Nov 28, 2019
Charleston, WV

JOSHUA CHAD MASSIE, age 33, found peace on Thursday, November 28th, surrounded by family.
Chad was born on September 23, 1986, in Huntington, West Virginia. He graduated from Hannan High School in Ashton, WV, in 2004.
Chad and his fiancé, Sarah Smith, of nine years, resided in Charleston, WV. He was employed as a Receipts Processing Specialist for the State for nine years.
Chad touched the lives of many cousins, aunts, uncles, family members and friends. Among them are his mother and stepfather, Robin and Dave Casto from Milton, WV; his father, Bill Massie from Milton, WV; his fiancé, Sarah Smith from Charleston, WV; his papaw, Buddy Ward from Milton, WV; his brother, Ethan Hager from Teays Valley; his grandparents, Wendell and Linda Shull from Milton, WV.
He was preceded in death by grandparents Joe and Sylvia Massie from Frazier’s Bottom, WV.
Chad had so many interests in his life. He enjoyed reading, playing all types of games and visiting flea markets and county fairs with Sarah. They spent countless hours being entertained by their cats’ antics. Chad’s most treasured times were spent just being with Sarah and his family.
Condolences may be sent to the family at www.barlow
bonsall.com.
Donations in memory of Chad may be made online at www.hospicecareWV.org  or mailed to Hospice Care, 1606 Kanawha Blvd. W., Charleston, WV 25387-2536.
A scattering of his ashes and a Celebration of Life will be held at a future date.

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12 responses to Joshua Chad Massie

  1. Sarah, We are so very sorry to hear this news. We are happy we were able to meet Chad two years ago. Our thoughts are with you. Love. Steve and Linda Streets, Emily, Jeff and famiy

  2. Pam Dorsey says:

    Sarah,
    I am so sorry about Chad. He was such a great guy. We had lots of fun at the cookout at my house with Chad and also at the other dinners we had at Logans. I remember how excited we all were when you got the engagement ring. Now he was more than Boyfriend. Just know that I worry about you, but life will get better. It just takes time to ease the pain. Your friend and employee-Pam

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